When people continuously use the phrase “this is going to be the ugliest election in history,” most people assume it means the racism charge will be egregious and often. It will be, but Barack will also be using federal government agencies to dig up dirt on the Republican candidates, to try and destroy them and win re-election. Agencies such as Homeland Security, should be neutral when it comes to politics, however, we all know that is not the case under this President. He has politicized the federal agencies, including: the Dept. of Justice, Dept. of Energy, Dept. of Education, the Federal Communications Commission, and the Dept. of Homeland Security. You can Google any one of these agencies and find examples of Obama and his misuse of them to do his dirty work and take down any opposition to him.
It is sickening what Obama and our Federal agencies have done against fellow Americans. The agencies are supposed to protect all Americans. Nothing less then the future of America is at stake in the next election Homeland Security Adviser “Allegedly” Got Access To Intel And Attempted To Shop It To A Lefty Blogsite
I asked Director McCraw if he knew whether Elibiary had access to TX DPS reports on the HS SLIC, to which he replied:
We know that he has accessed DPS documents and downloaded them.
McCraw stated that he will be requesting that DHS conduct an investigation to determine whether or not Elibiary improperly handled any sensitive intelligence products, and said that he will reserve judgment until an investigation is complete. He added:
If in fact this happened we will be extremely disappointed in him. We’ve worked with him and other groups to get their comments regarding a wide range of issue in order to be inclusive.
In fact, Elibiary received his first official position serving on the TX DPS Advisory Board and leveraged that position into his current positions with DHS and the National Counterterrorism Center. Elibiary was appointed to the Homeland Security Advisory Council in October 2010.
I asked Director McCraw about the nature of their work product:
We do have a process in place that ensures the quality of our product going all the way to our assistant director of intelligence and counterterrorism. Our training of employees has been extensive and adheres to all Department of Justice and Homeland Security privacy and civil liberties policies. The ACLU was involved in our process for establishing the fusion center statute passed by the state legislature.
I asked about the potential impact of a security breach that has been alleged to have occurred in this instance:
This system allows intelligence agencies to share products. These products are meant to be for official use only and anyone working for the Department of Homeland Security attempting to use it in any other way undermines the efficacy of the program. If DHS has cleared somebody for access we have no questions, but if they violate the confidentiality of the system it has a chilling impact on sharing information, and that’s the last thing we need.
Following these interviews, I contacted both Mohamed Elibiary and the Department of Homeland Security asking for comment. At present I have not received a response from Elibiary, but I did speak with DHS spokesman Chris Ortman, who immediately demanded to know who my source was.
What you have is a radical, who continues to have access to classified documentation and is now attempting to use it against a Republican candidate for President. It is these types of actions that will make it much easier to rid this Nation of many of these agencies which are duplicates of others; Homeland Security for example, is a glorified F.B.I. and the time has come to end its mandate and send the unionized employees back to their State agencies or to the F.B.I or local police ie: lay them off or fire them.